Tribal Program Resources
- National Pesticide Information Center Phone: 1-800-858-7378
- Pesticide Handlers Exposure Database (PHED) - Contains data reports on pesticide handler's exposure.
- Pesticide Action Network (PAN)
- Handbook: Recognition and Management of Pesticide Poisoning
- Toxicological profiles
- Toxicology - (IRIS) - Integrated Risk Information System
Persistent Organic Pollutants (POPs)
Pesticide Residues in Food
Pesticide Management & Education
The following links exit the site
- Cornell University - Pesticide Management Education Program
- Purdue University - Pesticide Programs
- University of Arizona - Pesticide Information & Training Office
- University of Illinois - Pesticide Safety Education
- University of Nebraska - Pesticide Education Resources
- Washington State University - Pesticide & Environmental Stewardship
Pesticides in Water
- Alaska Inter-Tribal Council (AITC): A state wide consortium with unique cultures, language, spirituality and traditional values.
- American Indian Science and Engineering Society (AISES): A national, non-profit that nurtures community building by bridging science and technology with traditional Native values.
- Inter-Tribal Environmental Council (ITEC): Provides a variety of services to 32 member tribes in Oklahoma and Texas.
- Native American Water Association (NAWA): Provides tribal environmental professionals with training and technical assistance in areas of tribal sovereignty, self-determination, and the protection of health and the environment in Indian country.
- National Congress of American Indians (NCAI): A national forum that facilitates consensus based decision making by tribal government on future development in Indian country.
- Northwest Indian Fisheries Commission (NWIFC): Concerned with protecting water resources for the economic, cultural, and spiritual use of western Washington tribes.
- Tribal Pesticide Program Council (TPPC): Developed to give federally recognized tribes a recognized voice in national pesticide regulatory decision making and to provide support for approved pesticide management practices throughout Indian country.
- Agency for Toxic Substances & Disease Registry - Office of Tribal Affairs
- Department of Education - Office of Indian Education
- Department of Health & Human Services - Indian Health Service
- Department of Justice - American Indian & Alaska Native Affairs Office
- Department of Labor - Indian & Native American Programs
- Environmental Protection Agency - American Indian Environmental Office
- Environmental Protection Agency - State, Local, And Tribal Environmental (SLATE) Networks